1993 Pontiac Grand Am "tcc solenoid" Questions

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...tcc PWM solenoid should have a resistance of about 12 ohms and you would measure this between the pink wire and the brown wire. The transmission should be electrically disconnected when you do these ...

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TCC solenoid is at fault. Where is the TCC solenoid located. It is located in the transmission under the valve body cover on the drivers side of the transmission. It is the solenoid on the bottom left

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If not you'll have to replace the TCC solenoid. While in there also replace the EPC solenoid, boost valve, and the shift solenoids. These are common problems with the 4t40,45,60, and 65 transmissions

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...causing the bucking. There is a constant TCC apply. It means you probably have a defective TCC solenoid or TCC-PWM solenoid on the valve body. To correct the problem one of them needs to be

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solenoid. Want to disconnect the TCC - need a wiring diagram. Thanks! Car is NOT stalling out - struggles to shift when cold unless I drop down to 1 and 2. And TCC pushes rpm up a couple hundred after

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tcc is stuck dies when slowing tcc solenoid has to be change ,, it's an assembly with wire

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...There are several solenoids in the side pan, not the oil pan where the filter is located. There are a couple of shift solenoids and the TCC (torque converter clutch) solenoid inside the side

...solenoid valve or tps. the tps is an easy repair, the tcc is also fairly easy, on the side of your tranny there is another pan, you take that off to gain access to the tcc. you can test to see if it ...

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...TCC (Torque Converter Clutch) solenoid, use the new GM spec DEXRON VI transmission fluid, there is a good chance you can fix this by doing these cheaper service and part replacement, if that doesn't ...

...connector on the transmission. Then let the car cool off and keep playing with it until it unlocks. After that it should be fine. You can leave the plug unhooked or replace the TCC solenoid to fix

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